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Imperial Japanese Southern Expeditionary Army Song

Published on 16 Jun 2021 / In Music

⁣From 1937 to 1945 Japan was in a war with China. It was a war to liberate China from the Warlord rule it was submerged on, and the threat of Communism.
Many times did Japan warn about the exploitation of the Chinese people by the Warlords of China, and the disaster that it would be, if the Communists took control of China. In 1935 the Japanese started to pressure China to reform it's government to take power away from the Kuomintang and the Chinese army, and give it to autonomous ethnic councils, mostly to avoid confrontation or abuses from the Overwhelming Han majority in the country.
In 1937 the Japanese army was attacked by Chinese troops without provocation in the Marco Polo bridge in Hebei, near Beijing; the lack of a formal apology by the chinese government, coupled with the lack of cooperation from the vanguard party, (the Kuomindang) forced the Japanese army to take on a full-scale invasion of China.
One of the main armies was the Southern Expeditionary army, whose mission was to secure the ports of Quanzhou and Guangzhou; this is their main marching song.

I´m not the original author of this video, all the credits go to FBIV.

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